Don’t Give Kids Cough Syrup Or Pain Meds That Contain Codeine, FDA Says

(By Rebecca Hersher for NPR)

The Food and Drug Administration says children under 12 should not be given prescription medicines that contain codeine or another narcotic, tramadol, and that such drugs can also be dangerous to youth between 12 and 18. Continue reading article here…

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